I wish to share the second part of my interview with my dear friend, a talented author and an amazing blogger, Kym Gordon Moore. Thank you so much, dear Kym. I really enjoyed having this conversation with you.
Hello, my friends! Welcome to Part 2 of my interview with Aparna J, author of her latest book, “BALA: Short Stories for Children.” Before reading her book, I was curious about the meaning of the book’s title “BALA.” Sources I researched reveal that it is a Sanskrit word with several meanings like “young,” “child-like,” “powerful,” and “strength of mind” to name a few.
Well, the waiting is over so let’s finish my interview with Aparna J.
In Bala: Short Stories for Children, there are many morals to these stories. Can you briefly share with our audience what lessons you want your readers to take away from the stories?
Aparna: Children are like unmoulded clay. It’s up to us as responsible parents to give them a proper shape by teaching them the difference between the right and the wrong. My book focuses on inculcating ethical…
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